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Ingrid Lee | Teaching Focused Academic at Victoria University

In this video (part 1 of 2), Ingrid Lee discusses the value of formative assessment design in enhancing learning outcomes and the student experience at Victoria University. 

Speaking about her department’s investment in ‘block learning’ delivery, she credits this program’s dynamic, flexible structure as helping educators and students to better navigate the rapid shift to remote learning and the associated challenges.

Ingrid explores the idea that if universities are to advocate for formative assessment, then they need to be modelling it as part of the students’ active learning experience. 

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